According to the latest report, the AMOLED panel of the Chinese panel manufacturer BOE (BOE) has passed Apple’s iPhone 14 certification. The report said that BOE received a notification from Apple about the certification of the iPhone 14 AMOLED panel.
BOE will start mass production in July and start mass shipments in September. This time the certification passed earlier than the previous iPhone 12 and 13 series dates that year.
It is worth mentioning that the Korean media TheLec reported in mid-June that BOE and Apple will begin evaluating OLED samples of the iPhone 14 within BOE, and it is expected to obtain Apple’s mass production approval at the end of June.
Apple is expected to release the new iPhone 14 series in September, namely the iPhone 14, 14 Max (and possibly Plus), 14 Pro, and 14 Max Pro. Among them, BOE will supply 6.1-inch LTPS OLED panels for the iPhone 14 standard.
According to the report, according to industry estimates, Apple will purchase a total of more than 90 million flexible AMOLED panels for the iPhone 14 in 2022, of which Samsung Display (SDC) will supply 60 million, and LG will supply 25 million, and BOE will supply 5 million above. BOE shipped the 6.1-inch panel of the iPhone 12 in December 2020 and the iPhone 13 in October 2021.